phil1993 wrote:Yeah, I've watched quite a few matches and Federer looks the most comfortable. Nadal is still playing very well though. Murray is good, but seems to come into his element when he's down a bit. He can't play like that when he faces someone else in the top 3 and he is just so temperamental - negatively so.
Looking forward to Monday - all 4 playing. I think Del Potro could really challenge Nadal, but he's still a few months away from being back to his best so I think Nadal will have too much strength for him. Murray-Gasquet could easily go to 5 sets, that match up was amazing back in 2008.
Yeah and I think Gasquet is the most dangerous opponent of all the top 4. Delpo still need to improve his game on the grass, I think Nadal will crush him in 3 sets (one of those will be very close). Unfortunately...
Michael Llodra is a serve-volley player, no problem for Djokovic. And Youzhny never beaten Federer, that will not happen at Wimbledon for sure!!!
Another interesting match-up: Ferrer vs Tsonga. If the Frenchmen wins, Fed vs Tsonga in the quarter should be explosive